Right, don't know much about Danish producer Jacob Sivesgaard other than he lists his influences as 'the 80s' and has released a couple of 12s on Parquet, occasional home to the likes of Gui Boratto. Luckily, extensive biographical research is overrated, especially in this case. This is a lush and lovely three-tracker, brimming with emotive synths, vocoders, Italo-esque grooves, basslines laden with delay and crystal production skills. Listen to this glorious EP once, and that's your whole day out of the window as far as variety is concerned. Yeah, thanks for that.